Romance, brickmaking, Irish immigrants, and faith all collide in the latest book–the first of a series–by local author Judith Miller.
The Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library distributes the 1040, 1040A, and 1040EZ forms from the IRS.
Instruction booklets and supplemental forms will not be available for distribution this year, they are available online at www.irs.gov or can be requested at 1-800-829-3676 .
Hours for the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) at the library are
6-8:30 pm Tuesday, 3-8:30 pm Thursday and 1-4 pm Saturday,
starting Tue., Feb. 3rd and running through April 14th.
You may not be a collector–but do you have holiday ornaments and family mementos that you enjoy every year? Then-guess what-you do have a collection that is worth preserving and displaying well. Here are some tips: PRESERVING & ORGANIZING Tips for preserving hand-crafted ornaments: Store in sealable plastic bags and containers NEVER cardboard, Use confetti/shredded […]
When a certain theme in a book makes your eyes light up with joy, there’s nothing better than to follow that theme to another book that will expand upon that same concept. One way of doing this is to take the idea of “six degrees of separation” and apply it to books by noting the connections […]
Preserving Collectibles: Some Basic Tips These tips all come from the book Saving Stuff: How to care for and preserve your collectibles, heirlooms, and other prize possessions by Don Williams—who is a senior conservator for the Smithsonian Institution. TSCPL has this book in our collection—check it out if you need more detail on preserving just about […]
I hope you have already discovered the joys of listening to audiobooks. If you haven’t, June is the perfect month to discover a whole new way to read–since June is Audiobook Month. Here are seven ways to celebrate this month: 1. Download free audiobooks via SYNC. SYNC is a program that lasts all summer long […]